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New Castle Evening Journal.
EVERY day EXCEPT SUNDAY. SU Pages, Cue Cent, J. MII.TOB I>A11 limon, O fficeNo. 11 Court House SUBSCRIPTION RATES; (By mall. In advance.) One year. Six months ... Three months One mouth.... (.TUI Hi 7.1 25 ADVERTISING RATES. Display advertising Special notices. Read I ug n otlrea ... Amusement: . 2 cents a lire 8 rents a line 6 cents a Hue 6 cents a line BY THE MONTH tv day.... 00 an Inch Every otüor day. . IKUaulucIi No (Recounts under any circumstances. STEAMBOAT—TIME TABLE. Major RevboM leaves New Caetle dallv, ex cept Honday.SUla. m„ arriving at Ciilla. 11 o'clock. Returning leaves Phil», arriving at New Caetle at 5.60 p. m. TRAINS ARRIVE. North—12 S3, 8.26, U 38 a. m., 3.03, 4.44 , 6.2« 7.07.'l«.i>4 p m. Sputh-- 8.31, 9,45, 11,02 a. m., ,44 D, m. TRAINS LEAVE. North-e 30. 8 31. 9.46. 11.U8 a. m., 1.18. 6.36, 8.44, 10.14 p. na. South -8.2« a, m., 3,03, 7.07 p. m. MAILS ARRIVE. .—From Wilmington, Philadelphia and I North;Fr»m Baltimore .and the South; From the Peninsula. 11.411 a. m.—From Wilmington, Philadelphia and the North; From Baltimore and the South. 6.30 p. m.—From tho Peninsula; From Wil mington and tbe North; From Baltimore and the Sooth. .* o. m,—From Wilmington only; From Baltimore and the South. MAILS CLOSE. a. m.—F r Philadelphia and Wilmington, For tbe Peninsula; For Baltimore and Washington. 10.30 a. m.—For Philadelphia and Crlsfleld. ■ all way post office; For the Peninsula; For the North. 4.10 p. m.—For Wilmington, Philadelphia and the North; For the Peninsula; For Baltimore and the South. (No registered mall sent south of Dover.) 6.10 p. m.—For Wilmington, Philadelphia and the North; For Baltimore and tbe Booth. NEW OABTLK. JUNK O, 188«. 2 .Hi a. m i he NEW CASTLE ADVERTISEMENTS SPECIAL NOTICE«. T)URK MILK AND~CRKAM SERVED I dallv to any part nf town. K. T. DeaVvpe. OYH WANTED -TO HKLL THh, NEW Castlk Evbnino Jouknal Apply at the Evening Journal Office, No. 11 Court House.. One-half cent a copy to boys; sells for one cent. R VINE GRons'.RIES r at P EaKVXk'B T>OY8. GET UP A ROUTE FOR 'J HE NEW A) Castlb Evxnino Journal. You can soon earn money enough to buy a watch or bicycle. Get them at the New castlb Evbn ino Journal OlUce, No. 11 Conn Honse, one half cent a copy. CHEAP FOR CASH. POLITICAL cards, CORONER OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, Nomination Jnne 13th, 1896, POR GEORGE C. ROTHWELL OF BLACKBIRD HUNDRED. Subject to tbs Rulesof the Democratic Party. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR New Castle Hundred, 1896, DAVID B. KEE J Subject to Republican rules. FOR County Commissioner, Fourth District, JAMES W. FOSTER Subject to the decision of the Republican Party. The Delaware House Has been beautifully fitted np as an airy, commodious and complete Ice Cream Saloon Open all tbe time except during the dead of night, jointly tables and In dividual tables. Only the best grades of lue Cream and Confections, WILBERT MEREDITH, Prop. Randall House, Seventh tod Clark Streets GEO. M. RILEY, - - Proprietor. Chofoe brands of Wines sad Liquors, Gagnai* and Irish Whis hies, Hartman's, Stoeckle'd and Lengel'a Beer. Liquors for Family Use. to WILLIAM MOHLER'S Cigar Manufactory. The only establlahment In Newcastle where FINE HAND-MADE OIGAttS are prepared while yon wait. It attracts th* attention of every man In town, and satisfaction guaranteed. Mr. Mohler has had fourteen years enoe In the business. After June 10 he will be able to supply wholesale orders. X II FACTORY AND OFFICE, No. 82 South Fifth Street. à a -* HEW CiSTLE HAS THE H0J08. One of Her Citizens Introduced Hie Hlcycle Into America- Mr, Hogeie' Wheel Wu a Corker, New Castle people claim that the Philadelphia Record's sporting man has attempted to filch from them a long* cherished honor—that of Introducing ths bicycle Into America. The Record man Is dead wrong when be says: "It Is claimed that the first man to introduce a bicycle In this country was a Baltimorean—Thomas VV. Lawford, who oame to that olty In 1870 as British vice consul, and also as the representative of a large Insurance company. Mr Law ford died In Virginia last year, aged 89 years. "There are many people In Baltimore whoiemember Mr. Lawford. It was in 1876, after the close of the Centennial at Phllade phla that be brought the bicycle to that olty. He Induced a firm of wheel manufacturers at Coventry, England, to send an exhibit to this country for tbs exposition, and he took charge of it during Centennial. At the close of tho big show be brought the exhibit to Balll more and established there the first bicycle agency Is this country. The present, safety wheel was not in nae at that time The bicycles were of the old wagon wheel style "Mr. Lawford, notwithstanding his advanced years, rode a trloyle himself H!« appearance on the street Invariably created a sensation, and he was always followed by crowds of children, who greatly admired bis performance. To older people Mr Lawford wae squally a revelation, and few who saw him then ever thought that the 'silent steed' would become eo popular end useful Mr. Lawford's fsvirlte ride was through Patterson Park, and he was usually ac companied by a big setter dog. Crowds congregated there whenever be made bis apoearanos," Unquestionably the first bloyole ever seen In America was trundled ashore off tbe American Line steamship Ohio br Edward Ingraham Rogers ou July 1, 1876. Mr Rogers left New Castle for an European tour In April of that year and returned borne just aa the centennial month of July was being ushered In He bronght with him a stunning nlckle bloyole, a great tall fellow, with 68 Inch wheel and a vaine as high as was the saddle above ground Mr Rogers, who la himself quite tall, bad to reach up to move tbe wheel along and mounted it with a tiger's spring The w»y be used to buzz through town frightened horses out of their wits and dezzled mauy old townspeople. Mr. Rogers afterwards sold tbi bloyole to a sou of B. B. Comegys In Phils delphls. delphls. TALK ABOUT STBOSG FAITH. Father Hughes Discourses Eloquently Upon the Centurion's Humility and Be llet— Tbe Forty Honrs' Devotions Uev. Hubert F. Brady, of Brooklyn, N. Y,, Father Hughes, of Bohemia Manor. Md., Rev. E. L Brady, priest In charge of 8t. Peter's Cunreh, Rev. D. J. 0 ow i»y, of8t. Anne's, Rev. J. D Carey, of Eiklou and Rev. E J Mealley, of 8t. Peters' Pro Cathedral, are all participat ing ln an »xtraordlnary service of forty hours' devotion at St. Paters' The devotlous began on Sunday and the evening congregation filled every available er at. At tba mass, Rsv. Ha bs-t F. Brady was celebrant and Rev. E. L Brady master of oeiemoules Father Crowley was desem and Father Carey sob deacon Lint evening the congregation was treated to a remarkably eloquent ad drras from Father Hughes, one of the most promising ptissts ln tbe diooeee of Wilmington. Father Hughes spoke for forty minutes upon "Humility and F*lth.'' taking as bis text HP Lcka vll, Hand 7: 'Far I tin not worthy that Thou shonldest enter under my roof: "Wherefore neither tbongbt I myself woitby to come unto me; but say the word sod my servant shall be bes'ed '* Father Hngfaea described at length the faith of this captain of 100 men, whose belief was commented on b/ tbe master as the greatest fsith of any of the Jews. It was so strong that he was onteut to have the master s»y the healing word right where be was. This centurion was not a man of low estate bat ratbsr an exalted, soldierly man amoog tbe Romans Bat hs war different, from the perfidious command ants of that day from tbe fact that be treated his servants abiva ths brute creation and knew his own naworthlness when Christ'« pretense was mads known, and bow Christ rewaidsd thla ham llity sud triumph of s better nature. Bat to-day so few bumble themselves before that same L'rd when calling upon him In prayer How often wonld Hs work out the same healing of tonlas upon that cceaslon did the (etl'loner first acknowledge his own nnworthloeas and wretchedness wittont the presence of tbe L-<rd. To day there were three early masses Tba first was held at 5 a m , the second at 7 o'clock and tbe tblrd at 9 o'clock. There was a surprisingly large atten dance at tbe 5 o'clock mass Hava the Mantles Played Out? The polies reporte!, and a number of private oltlz ;ns observed that tbe street amps, especially on tbs «ntsklrt« of town, wklab have hitherto been markable for their brightness, have be come codim that the* are almost non effective One opinion of the cause is tbst the mantles used on tbaae Improved burners have worn oat. 1« - NEW CASTLE NEWS NOTES. Presiding Elder Barrett was in town the first quar B Church. Several New Castle farrses will be taken to Hare's Corner to race on Thuisday afternoon upon the Hare's Caraer track. An Infant child of Wallace L Cannon died last evening. The Nameless Baseball Club has ar ranged a game with Dobblpsvllle for next tiatoxday. Clermont, of Philadelphia, will be the opposing team for tbs-Columbia Atblelio Club at Battery Park next Ratnrday Captain Higgtne will again be In eharg', last evening conducting tsrly conference of the M EVERY RESIDENT OF NKVY CASTLE SHOULD READ THE EVENING JOURNAL. ElECflON OF TKACHES TO-üiGHT Hoard of Education Will Attempt Battle Hie Local Hchulaatlo IMOcuitlta Thla Evening, to A pptclal meeting of the Board of Education will bo held In the old Court Home to night, anJ by midnight it will probtbly be known what persons are to "wield tbe birch'' and J-tst who are to pao-c up their personal effects All the present corps of teachers havt been doing satisfactory work and are generally popular, but th*re'la said to be * spilt, lu ihn Board of Education upon tho fd»Isablllty of continuing without at least a few changea. Auy change will be unpopular, according to present Indies tlous, bat the people ouths outside do not possess the facts of Insiders, and It la only hoped that the matter will be carefully wtlghed before being proceeded wllh. Certainly many Intelligent oltlzjna have every confidence In the five nj.n who are reputed to bave made op their minds to vote down four teaohera at the next election. New Castle has a Board of Education, consisting of thoughtful and conscientious men, who will not lesp before they look. Ote well-known eltlzau, who Is proud of New Castle's schools, and thinks them above the average of Fblladelphla's schools, according to tho ages of pupils, went so far as to declare tnat the board members were making asses of them selves, and If they went Into thla matter any deeper they would trend themselves as fools. To an Rvenin* Journal porter last night this gentleman declared that tbe people would show the board members that they are not lords. re A small crowd of paste:»-by was Interested last night and forced to stop on Delaware 8'rent by an animated dig casslon that w*s going on concerning the election of teachers In a well-known clnb Oas political leader asserted in bad tojia that the Va'.hcdlsts bad con cocted a scheme to turn down all four of the teachers In question and elect Methodists to succeed them. The very same man who thus arraigned these churchmen for such perfidy. only a moment before called up tbe unfairness of dismissing Miss L:.flaud without a hearing FLORAL MISSION IN JAIL. Time Honored Custom to Be Carried Into This Afternoon. In obeisance to a time honored enstem of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, an important service will be held tcdayln New Castle jail beginning, at 2 o clock thla afiarnoon Ills probable that members of tbe Wilmington Union will join the Ne* Castle women whoa* want It la to celebrate this dey by a general dl«Mibutlon of fine bouquets of ft'ieb ent fl iwera among tba pruoters Cards containing scriptural texts attached to the bouquets an! divine service! are held both oefore aid after tbe distribution. Floral Mission D*y was Inaugurated by Mise Cassidy, tbs national auparlu tetdent of prison work la the early d*ye of the W W. T, U , and at bar death the celebration waa meds a regular work of •be Union and tbe day was fixed at June 0, Miss Casilday's birthday. SIC The Delaware Improvements, Washington, June 9.—Representative Key burn eald yrs'erday that the report that all tbe work tn tba Delaware river Improvements wonld be dircontlantd at the beginning of the uaw fiscal year, b* e»»»e of.theOray proviso In the Elver ard Harbor bill, waa a mistake. General Cralgblll gave him positive assurance, Mr Ray bum asserts, that ths suspension of work cn that project wonld not Inter fere with ths dredging operations at Dan Baker bhosl, and the other Improvements. With thla assurance from the Chief of Engineers, Mr Re) barn feels confident that work on tbe Delaware will be prose ented vigorously tbrongbout the Summer at every point where Improvement Is con tempieted except where forbidden by the Gray amendment. MAD DOG S3ARE AT POCOMOKF. All the Town Exalted Over the Affair. Shall Fractured for Five Cents , Pocomoke Cm. Md . Jana 9 —A mad dog rampaged through Pocomoke yester day and bit five other dogs on ths premlsls of T. B Walters and three lu tbe yard ef U J. Evans animal was chased ont of town and tbe dogs be bit weie all killed. Tbs people of the town are worktd up over It, sod It la expected the mayor and eon tell will promptly pass an ordinance palling all persons who own dogs to have them muzz ed Every tffort is being made ti prevent further trouble. Neatly all tbe citizens who own dogs bave pnt them np. Walter Pe'srson, colored, of Norfolk, Vs, »eked William Smith colored, of Salltbnry, for fire cents yesterday lug to purchase stmetHng to cat. 8x1th declined to do so and Peterson picked np a club aud fractured his skull, sent to tbe Snow Hill jail. Th* rabid com m iru He was Notes of Dorchester County. Campridok, Md , June 9—Opinions seem to be about evenly divided among politicians iu Cambridge as to whether Hon. John K Cowen should 1 or should not be sent as a delegate at large to tbe Chicago o'cventlon. Wheat harvest will cometff In Dor ehester tbe last of this week and the first of next. The crop will be a good one On Saturday night Captain Peter Jackson's bugeye, valued at |300, was stolen from Cambridge harbor and no trace of her has yet been found. Bridgeton'* Graduates. Bridgeton, June 9 —Rev. Thomas P Holloway, of Phllad Iphta, preached before the religion* societies of South Jersey Inetltute yesterday morning, and Rev. Raymond Wes: preached before the class of '06 tn tbe evtulng. Both sermon« were delivered In tbe First Baptist Cbuich. At tbe West Presbyterian Chnrch last evening Rev. Albert Reid, of Irving Avenue Church, delivered tbe annual sermon b-fore the graduating class of West Jertey Academy. Alumni'* Annual Meeting. West Chester. Jnne 9. —Tbe mem bers of Westtown Frenda' Boarding School Alumni to the number of nearly 200 held their annual meeting at tbe school and lunched on the wide and beautiful campus Tbe election of of fieert for the year resulted In the ii» Dctlou of the following; President. William Wiekereham of Philadelphia; vice president. Dr. Evan*; secretary Rachael Williams; treasurer, Dr Joseph Scattergood. ja. . a CT niDit's cnossir, trodbie Oiand Jury L. eclde* In Favor of the Comimny-Tnro Men Charged With A.aault end linttery. Trolley Mi iiia. June tl — The grand j try, at the present term of court, lias decided favorably Io I be trolley company, In passing upon the chargee growing out of the trouble between the Pennsylvania railroad and the trolley company over the crossing at Lianerob, on the West Cheater pike. While the eteam road bad an IpJuDcIbn hero to prevent the trolley people from stringing wires across the railroad, wires wrr# cut ami conduits torn up at the crossing. This led to the arrest of Road Master R'ohard Datllugton, Section Foreman Patrick McDonald and six other • mployes, on the charge of malicious mtsohle'. The grand jury returned true bills In all these cases and also on 'bills charging Darlington and McDonald' with assault and battery. The ' trials, however, were postponed until the September term. A bill charging John M Hblmer, presl dent of the electric roed,. with assault and battery upon Section Foreman Patrick McDonald, was Ignored by the grand jury and the costs pat on the prosecutor, McDonald. THE PO OL-SELLIN G CASE. Strong KITotts Was Made Yesterday to Coattaae II to the September Term. Media, Jnne 9 —A strong effort waa made yesterday to have tbs "pool sell Ins" case continued until September Judge Clayton, while away this wsek, will have Judge MoOInre, of Union county here aa hla substitute. Judge Claytou beard aeveral motions to day for oontlnnlng oases before starting for St. Louis, Ths popl room rase Is that of Harry Palmer, of the Biale Hones, Chester, who Is charged wllh renting part of bis house for the purpose of selling pools on horse Palmer's attorney to-day seid hl« client was too ill to attend court, end presented a phyalclen's certificate In which It was stated that the defoudant was Mifferlng from heart trouble. DIstrletlAttorney Wo hat (Ter opposed the motion, and at bis request .the Court granted him permission to fend two pby slclane of bis own choosing to examine Palmer. Two doctors went yesterday afternoon, and will report to Judge McClure to day. Judge Clayton said today that ths pool selling case must be tried noises Palmer la reporte! to be too 111 to attend Court rue .1 West Chester's Colored Knight«. Wkbt Chester, Jnne 9 —The Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythias, colorsd. for the Eastern and Western Hemispheres will hold a convention In tbe Coatagvllle Opera House on Jnlv Ï2 aud several days thereafter, A street parade will be made by the vlaltlug lodge», and an exhibition by women of the Order of Calanthe In uniform will be a leading feature. Bridgeton'. Pultmaster un Trial. Bbidortjn, Jane 9 —Inspector Wat rtn P. Eigsrton, of tbs Postal Depart meat, hss been charges here Investigating i Democratic made against Postmaster 8 Albert Lsnlng, by *x Chief Clstk Charles H.' Loder. Lodar soensed him of sssetslng post cilia* employ««* for political purposes, and of ao I siting contributions from them for tbe • ante. Tbs employes were separately «X imloed under oath by General EJga: con, bat the result Is not known. con, not known. 8HINNECOCK AND ELECTRA LEAVE They Will Olear From the Harlan Bulllogewoith Company on Wednesday The big naw staamir Shlnnaoork and Elbrtdge T. Garry's strain yacht llaatra, Haw York Yacht Club, will alaar from ths Harlan and Holllrrswortb Company's shipyard to morrow This will clear the wharves of tbs eimpsny until the Reading ferrybeat Is launched. The Elsctra hta had naw boilers put aboard, new plates pnt on, a naw stern built and has been repainted. The Hfclouaecck. which was built for ths Montauk Steamboat Company of New Toik, is a companion ship to the Montauk, built by the Harlan Hollingsworth Company for tba Mne. HUlt n«w and same 8he Is a alde-wheelar 338 ovsr all aud 14 feat depth of hold. Hha will carry 800 pass*nger* She la eqnlped with Scotch boilers and a 1,700 boras power engin». On her trial trip she developed a speed of 10) knot* with 110 pounds ■team pressure and thirty revolutions a min tit a. Reduced Keine to Washington. The Young People'» Boslety of Ohila tlan Endeavor will hold their annnal meeting ln Washington, D. 0 , July 7 to 13. For this occasion tba B. A O. B R Co. will sell tickets from all points on Its Unas, east of the Ohio river to Washing ton, at one single fare for tbe round trip, July 6 to 8 inclusive; valid for re turn passage until July 15, Inclusive, with 1 be privilege of an additional exten sion until July SI by depositing tickets whh joint agent at Washington. Tlikots will also be on sale at stations of all oonneoting lines. Delegates should rot lose sight of the fact tbst all B 4 0 trains rnn Via Wash ington Chestnut attest Opere House. The success of "Miss Philadelphia" at the Chestnut Street Opera House tn creases aa the run of this urllllant bnrlerqne la lengthened Last week "Miss Philadelphia's" seventh week and the meet iuseeiBfol of all. The snthor sud composer of (he bnrlesane, Edgar Smith and Herman Parlet, are constantly giving new things to brighten the pro dactlon, and the artists are never at a lots to Introduce some new local hits wlttlc'sms and Those who saw the earlier performance of ' Miss Philadelphia" find now praetl oally a row production at the Chestnut Street Opera Bonze, and tbe place 1* so entertaining and attractive and la so often being varied with novel features that people go again and again to see "Miss Philadelphia " Tbe Wednesday matinees at the unifirm popular price of 50 cents admission to »vary seat In tbe bouse draws Immense audiences elevar "business Athletes don t grt the ir almost superhuman strength by Ing, but by continual exercise. Tic rest up your an a and see how quickly it will lose its strength. Diet — rest your stomach and see how soon it be* Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia V Dills. J comes impossible to di gest the lighten food. Eat good nourishing food, and take Dr.' Deane's Dyspepsia Pills, and See bow quick ly your stomach becomes willing and anxious to do üs pan. White wrapper if constipated, yellow if bowels are loose. Sample mailed free. DK. J. A. DJ£AN£ ÇG-, Kiogttwo, N. Y. RELIABLE PATTERNS. Guaranteed to Fit, if Proper Size is Given, A 8TYL1BH MIBB Et.' 003TDME A Pattern af Thin Can He Had Rr Band* In« 10 Uenta to the Even In« Journal Olttoe-Patterns for Worn Child, We have made an arrangement with one of the oldest aud most reliable paner pattern houses In New York, which enables us to offer to our readers stand ard and perfect, tilling patterns of the very latest aud newest designs. These patterns are retailed In stores at from 90 to 40 cents, arrangement* whereby them at tbe extremely low price of 10 cents. A paper pattern of any size, of this Illustration, may be obtained by sendlu« your name and address, number aud slae of pattern desired, together with 10 oeufs for each pattern, to the Evbnino Journal, Wilmington, Del. Please Observe the Fallowing M.a.ute aaeataf For Waists—Measure around fullest part of bust, close under arm ; raise slightly In the back, draw moderately For Skirts—Measure around the waist, over the belt; draw moderately tight. Printed directions accompany each pattern, showing how ths garment is to be made. When ordering patterns for children please also state age of child. i ( MmU l aud We bava made we can offer A STYLISH HISSES' COSTUME. To (let This Pattern Till Out the Oon and Bend It to the Evening Journal •»nice with Ten Cents, eoe PATTERN COUPON. Nnmher, Sire, Name, Address. V j r*. * TWiT V 'a'# (t S «If (/ir / i Fi' W Pattern No. '4(1,4 55, Misses Costume—This stylish little girl is attired In a handsome toilette of dark green D/esdeu silk and green velvet, tractive blouse front and back, gathered onto a >quaia silk yoke, shaped box the collar Broad epaulette» trimmed with velvet are placed over each shoulder, wblla a belt of the aame material enelrolea the «slat finished with •ndi in the back The Henrietta trimmed with Tbe at bodies Is made wllh a fnU In the back a plait extends from to ths waist line b bows and enable skirt, which U aura to bang beautifully, 1» ent with seven gores and has Us two baek sty lia fa's hi gores box plaited Missus' Costume with seven 'gored skirt, having Its two back gores box plaltad, rr quires for medians size, 11 varde material 2 i inches wide, 0) yards 36 inches wide or 8$ yards 44 Inehes wide Lining required Oj yards. Cat In 5 slr.ea, from 13 to 16 years. COMMENCEMENT AT 8WARTHMORF. COMMENCEMENT AT 8WARTHMORF. letarcstlna Class Day Eaerolie* Held Ysatardar Afternoon-Hall Thronged With Visitors. Swartumorb, June 9—The Claas Day aztrolsaa were held In Assembly Hall yestarday aftarnoon, beginning at 8 80, Th# ball was thronged with visiting friends of the graduating class, while the different classes occupied the gsllery. It Is tbe custom of the allied class to do tbs decorating, and this '98 did with great credit. Tbe stage was artistically adorned with flowers and potted plants, and tbe walla were bong with laurel and college colors Over ths stage was an arch bearing tbe class motto In Gre»k Isttera, ' Under standing Holds All Issues " The exercises were opened by a double quartet of girls and young meu from the class. The program was then as follows: President's address. Philip 8 Knauer; history, Caroline Hayes Chambers; prophecy, Nsllle Elizabeth Bishop; poem, Mary Cooper McAllister; presentation«, Charles Gordon Hodge ; music, Class Glee Club Tbe meeting then adjourned from the hall to tka campus and the Day exercises, wblofa were very Impressive, were given around the class sto >e. The oration was delivered by Howard Coopir Johnson. Following this tbe president of the tradustlng class presented the spade to 97, on Dibalf of which elass It was rt cel V« d by Robert Pyle, the president. Tbe exercises cloud with tbe Ivy poem, written and real by Lznretta Thomas Hmtdley. * at a so so of Cbe*t*r Hucksters Organize. Chester, June 9 —Tbe hnehetera of this olty are organizing wltfi tbe view of recovering from tbe elty the amount of taxes paid by them. This action Is being taken since the opinion of the Snpreme Court that an ordinance for the oollec tion of a license from hucksters and peddlers Is nneonstUnUonal and cannot be eufoioel _It 4 I LUO 4118. _ FKÏîiiôTLVÀNfA UATERÔAL» The Standard Hallway of Amerlra. PROTECTED THROUGHOUT BY Til* INTERLOCK! Nil SWITCH BLOCK SICNAI, SYSTEM. AND PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE R. U. IN EFFECT MAY 17, 1X9«. Trains leave Wilmington as follows: For Philadelphia lexpi.«»), 1.67, Z.Hr,. 1,20. B.ÏÜ. 7.49, 7.60, 8.60, 8,66. 9.33, 10.06, 10.W 11.26, 1138, 11.4» «. m.; «12. 18, 1.37. 3.05, 8.19, 6.02. 5.10, 5.6«, 6.46. 7.07. 9.00 and 9.12 p. Accommodation, (1.05, 7.06, 8.0«, 10.56 n m • 12.33, 2,82, 3.60, 5.16. 7.47. and 10.40 p. ni. For Chester (express), 1.57, 4.20, 6.3n. 7 43 7.50. 8.60. 8.65, 10.06, 11.36. 11.46 a. in. 1.37. 3.05, 6.1«, 5.6« «.45, 7.07 and 8.06 p. Accommodation, tt.li5, 7.Of., 3.0«, 10.56 11.23 a. m.; 12.33, 2.32, 3.60, 6.15. 7.47 and 10.40 p.m. Fur New York, 1.57, 2.55, 4.20, 6.3U 7.60, 8.60. 9.33. 10.06, 11.45 n. m.; *12.1«, 1.37. 3.32, 3.05, 3.11, 6.02, 5.10, 5.6«, 707, 9.12 and 10.10 p. m. For Boston without change, 10,1« a. and 5.56 p. m. For Welt Chester, via Lamokln, 6.3o a. m.; 3,50 j). m. For Newark Center and Intermediate (Ions, 7.33 a. nt. and 6.33 p. m. Baltimore and Washington, 4,38, 3'll. 9.11, 10.23 und 11.00 a. in. ; 12.05, 12,40. »Ml. 1.50, 3.5«, 8.23, ••«.05, 7.00, 7.41, 8.40 p. m. aud 12.54 night. Baltimore and Intermediate station«, 2.47, 4.43, 6.08 p. m.. 12.00 night. ii, :*i m. ; Mitt Leave Philadelphia. Broad Street, for Wilmington (express), 3.50. 7.20. 7.26 8 31. 10.30, 1133 a. m.; 12.09, *12.31. l.lj, 2.02. :U< 2.4«. 4.01, 4.41, 5.08. 5.30. 5,59, 6.17, 8.65. 7 5,S. 11 .10, 11.1« p. m., and 12.00 night. Accommodation, 0 20, 7.30, 9.12, 10.35 a tn • 1.23, 3.11, 4.03, 4.37, «.22. 8.38. 10.08 and 11.38 p. m. SCNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia (express), 1.57, 2.66, 4 20, 8.50. 8,65, 9.33. 10.05, 11.46 a. m. ; 1.37, 3.06, 6 02. 5.5«, 7,07, 7,26, 9,0« and 9.12 p. m. Accom modai Ion. 7.00. 8.10 a. m,: 1204, 1 40. 4.05, 6.16 und 10.40 p. m. For Chaster (express), 1.57, 4.20, 8.60, 8,56 10,06. 11.46 a. in.; 1.37. 3.06, 6.02, 5.6«, 7.07 and 9.(W p. m. Accommodation. 7.00, 8.10 a. m.; 12.04, i 40, 4.06, 5.15, 7.25, and 10.40 p. m. For Now York. 1.67, 2.65, 4.20, 7.00, 8.50. 9.33. 10.06, 11.45 a. in.; 1.37, 3.06, 4.05, 5.02, 6.6t, 7.07, 9 12 and 10.40 p. m For Boston, without change, 5.5« p. m. For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8.5o a. m. and 5.15 p. m. Baltimore and Washington, 4.3«, 8.01. 10 22 a. in.: 12.06. 12.49, 1,50. 6 23, **«.06, 7.41, 8.40 p, m. and 12.54 night. Baltimore and Intermediate stations, «.OX p. m. and 12.00 night. Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, for Wilmington (express), 8.60, 7.20, 11.23 a.rn.; 12.09. 1.12. 4.41, 5.08, «,55, 7.68. 8.86, 11.10, 11.1(1 p. tn. and 12.05 night. Accommodation, 8.30, 9.12, 10.85 a. m.; 12.30, 106, 6.10, 8.38, 10.03 and 11.38 p. m. POK THE SOUTH. Southern Hallway.—7,41 p. m., sleepers to New Orleans, Memphis pa. Asheville and Hat Springs. Atlantic Coast Line.—12.49 p. m.. dally, sleepers to Port Tampa, Macon and Jack sonville. 12.54 night, dally, sleepers to Jacksonville. dally. Tarn DELAWARE DIVISION. For New Castle, 8.13, 11,15 a. m.; 2.50, 4.30, $.10. 0.53, 9.51 p. nt. and 12.10 night. For Lewes, 8.18 a. m.; 4.27 p .m. Express for Dover, Harrington and Uel mar, 8.13, 11.04 a. m.; 4.27 and 11.50 p. m. For Harrington and way stations only, 3.50 p. in. Express for Wyoming, G.53 p. m. Express for Cape Charles. Old Norfolk Old Point Express Comfort - mi , 11.04 a. nt. and 11.5« 1>. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For New Castle, 9.61 p. in. and 12.10 night. For and • Cape Chillies, Old Point Comfort Norfolk, 11.56 p. m. For Middletown, (,'lnyton. Dover, Wy oming, Felton, Harrington, Brldgevlllo, Seaford, Laurel and Delmar, U.56 p. m. Congressional Limited Express trains, composed entirely of Pullman Ves tibule Parlor and Dlnln fare other than the usua f Cars. No extra Pullman charge. (•) Limited express trains, compose. I of Pullman Vqstlbule Parlor Cars, Vestibule Passenger Coaches and Dining Car. No extra fare. For further Information passengers are referred to the ticket agent S. M. PREVOST. Gen. Manager. at the station, J. R. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agent, at. B.&O. » Schedule In effect March 15. 189«. TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON. DELA WARE AVENUE, EAST-BOÜND. •Express trains. All train* Illuminated with PlntaoC -Jght. , NEW YORK, week days, »S.O*. » 31.*V.48|*llljfiV ».m.; *12 *1.-8 89. 8 8 4,'5.a*,'T.:>9 •11 p. m. Sundays, »3.08, *9.48, *11.26 a. m. •3.28, *5.88, n.SB, *11 p. m. ^ - PHILADELPHIA. CHESTNUT ST. STATION, Week day*. «SOS. 6.56, 8.41). •7.16, »7.30, »8.16, *8.56, »9.81, »10.86, 11.2u n. m. ; *12.21 *12.40, «2.29, 2.50, 4.66, »6.82, 6.30, •7 39. 8.25, 10, »11 p. m. Sundays, «S.O«, 7.30, 8.50, »9.48, *11.26 a- m. ; 12.20. 2.60. «a.», 4.65, •6.32. 6.30, *7.89, 8.25, JO. *11 p. m. PHILADELPHIA. READING TERMI NAL, week day», »S.d*. »7.16, »9.81 a. m.; _ p. in. Sundays, *8.08 a. m.; *11 p. m. CHESTER, weak auys, »3.08. 6.65, fl.40, •7.16, 7.30, *8.1», »8.65, »10.25, lL2u a. m.; 12.40, •2.29, 2.50, 4.68, »5.82, 6.30. »7J9. 8.26, 10, 11 p. nt. Sundays, *3.08, 7.80, 8.60, »11.26 a. in.; 12-20, 2.50. »8.28, 4.6«, »S^ fi.80, »7. 86. 8.26, 10, *11 p. m. ATLANTIC CITY, week day», *7.15 a. m.; *18.21, *2.88 p. tu. Sundays, 7.80 a. m. ; •3.28 p. m. ( CAPE MAY, week days. »7.15 a. m,: '2.29 p.m. Sunday«. 7 :«l » m. WEBT- BO UND. BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON, week days, *1.30, 7.02. *8.48, *11.06 a. m.; •13.50. *2.07, 2.64, *4.03, *4.5«, *«.18. *8, *9.15 m. Sundays, *4.20. 7.02. *8.48 12,55, *2.(77, 2.54. *4 58, *8. *9.is p. m. BALTIMORE AND WAY STATIONS, dully, 7.02 a. m. ; 2.64 p. m. NEWARK, Delaware, week days, *4.20. 7.02, *8.48, *11.06 a. m.: *12.56, 2.54, *4.03. •4.58, 7.06, *8, *9.16, U.li p. m. Sundays, *4.20, 702, *8.4« a. m.; *12.86, 2.54, *4.68, 7.05, a a I* a - a. m.; •8, *9.15 p. m. PITTSBURG, week days, *8.48 a. rn.; •6.13 p. m. Sunday», *8.48 a. m.; *4.58 p.m. CHICAGO, dally. *8.48 a. nt.; *4.58 p.m. CINCINNATI AND ST. LÖUI8, ilally. *13.55 und *9.15 p. m. NKW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS via Hrlatol »nd Chattanooga. ♦800 p. m.. dally. Through sleepers Washington to Memphis ard N» Orleans, SINOBRLY ACCOMMODATION, week days, 7,02 u. m. ; 2.54, 7.06, 11.12 p. m. Sun days. 7.02 a. m.; 2.64, 7.06 p. m LANDENBERQ ACCOMMODATION, week days, 7.02, 10.27 a. m.; 2.64, 4.68 p. in. Sundays, 10 a. m.: 4.58 p. m. LEAVE MARKET BT. STATION. NEW YORK, week days, *6.50 a. m. PHILADELPHIA, week days, *«.60 a. Im. ; 2.8S p. m. BALTIMORE, 2.50 p. m. LANDENBERO and WAT STATIONS, week days, S.6o, 10.80 a. m.; 2.B0, 6.20 p. m. Sundays, 9.66 a. m. ; 6.20 p. m. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, NUT ST. STATION, POR VlLM TON, week days, *8.40, 6.00, *«7*7 7.10. •8.16, 9.80, *10.88, 11.80 a. m. ; *12.20. »Lil« *4*»J,4.80, *5.16, *5.41, «. «.30. •7.25, *8.40, 10,10, 11.86 p. m. Sundays, *8,40, 0. *8.15, «9, 11,30 a. m. ; *12.30, *1.36, L60, *120. 4.80, 8, *7.25. *8.4«. 10.X0, 11.» p. m. PHILADELPHIA. READING MINAL, week days. *3.80, , m. Sundays, *3.20, *7.66 Telephone No. 198. Rates to Western point» lower than via any othw Hne. P'.9' PRMcnger Agent. 7. M, GREENE, General Manager. week days, 8.60 a. m.; CHEBT INO TER •7.56 a. m.; *3.1U a. m. \v W ILMINGTON AND NORTHERN RAIL ROAD. TimetAhl® in effect March 16,18»«. Trains leave Wilmington. French street station, for B.&O. Junction, Montchaaln, /«e Guyenrourt, Grenoffue, Coeaart. ( bauds' Ford Junction, Pooopeon, West theater, Fmbrevllle, MorinovlUe, Cos tee ville and Intermediate stations, dally, except Sunday, at 7.10 a m., Ï 10, 4.06 and 6 04 p.m. Sunday only at 8 08 a m ; 8.10 and 4.05 p For VVsyneeburg inaction, Springfield intermediate statlona. dally, except Sunday, st T.lOa. m., 8.10 and 406m. Sunday» only at 8.08 a. m. and 2.10. i.Ot p. m. For Joanna: Blrcaboro, Heading aud Inter mediate stations, dally, except Sunday, at I" a. m. and 2.10 p. m. Sunday only at 8.08 a. m and 2 10 p. a. m »:■ ; :